<VV> Corvair Museum now a featured Route 66 attraction!
jaysplace at laserpubs.com
Wed Jan 20 02:15:11 EST 2021
Ah, yes, quite visible in the other pic. quite an install. Kind of
hilarious that a race car could also be billed as a 'clean air car'!
We have relatives in Springfield - I hope we can get back there and
visit them again in the next year or two. When we do, this will be a
great side trip.
On 1/19/2021 10:35 PM, FrankDuVal via VirtualVairs wrote:
> Two turbos, one on the left in front of the sign and the second in the
> "stock" location on the right behind the sign. Each feeds an exhaust
> pipe that exits in the stock back up lamp opening.
> On 1/19/2021 5:35 PM, Jay Maechtlen via VirtualVairs wrote:
>>> Corvair Preservation Foundation President Mike Hall just announced
>>> that the Corvair Museum is now among the feature attractions listed
>>> by the Illinois Route 66 Association. Here is a link to the web
>>> page they made for us. Lots of photos!
>> The webpage shows good pics of (many of?) the exhibits.
>> Oddly, the "Clean Air Corvair" poster claims that it is twin turbo.
>> Is that right? The motor in that pic looks like it has one big turbo
>> in the middle. Funny that is the first and only pic I looked at.
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